Re: 5919 obs April 4-5

From: Björn Gimle <bjorn.gimle_at_gmail.com>
Date: Mon, 7 Apr 2014 00:07:02 +0200
Apologies for the text lines after my signature - I did neither copy nor
paste them intentionally !

All UNIDs (one more unclassified detected) now ID-ed - the last one was FIA
2 #38109, which I suspected because of its westward motion, but couldn't
initially match the predictions with the star field.

38109 12 014A   5919 E 20140405002704500 57 25 1255986+281747 55 S
38109 12 014A   5919 E 20140405002714500 57 25 1244231+264864 55 S



2014-04-06 15:40 GMT+02:00 Björn Gimle <bjorn.gimle_at_gmail.com>:

> Another search for USA 179 rk resulted in no suspect in 38 images over 2h
> 11m. By oversight, first 5 images used only ISO 200, and could not be
> expected to show #28385, and one gap between exposures for battery
> replacement and refocusing was too long.
> 11 UNIDs in 8 images, 4 still remain.
> Only classified so far are NOSS 3-4 A/C
>
> 31701 07 027A   5919 G 20140405001300500 57 25 1835595+283298 55 S
> 31708 07 027C   5919 E 20140405001300500 57 25 1828704+280396 55 S
> 31708 07 027C   5919 E 20140405001310500 57 25 1839673+283132 55 S
> 31701 07 027A   5919 E 20140405001310500 57 25 1846570+285928 55 S
>
> 5.5 s late on 12d old elset (missing from current classfd.zip)
>
>

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